New York State Attorney General’s Office Is On The Look-Out For Employers Who Violate’ Labor Laws & ‘Is Urging Workers To File Complaints Against’ Employers ‘That Are Ignoring’ The State’s Executive Orders
(NEW YORK CITY) – In the wake of dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic, New York State Attorney General Letitia James is asking any Employee who believes their employer is in violation of Labor Laws or official directives set forth by Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Office to contact the New York State Office of the Attorney General’s Labor Bureau and file a complaint.
“Each and every one of us is called to work together and cooperate with Emergency Responders and public officials who are working hard to keep all New Yorkers safe,” Attorney General James said. “During this time, my office is closely monitoring the treatment of Employees across the state. If you believe your employer is in violation of either existing Labor Laws or recently issued Executive Orders, please contact our office. We urge employers to allow Workers to work from home where applicable in accordance with all New York State Executive Orders.”
To reach the New York State Attorney General’s Office, call at (212) 416-8700 visit Labor.Bureau@ag.ny.gov.
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